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Thursday, November 8, 2012

ePublishing: Questions to Ask Before You Decide to Self Publish an Ebook.


ePublishing: Questions to Ask Before You Decide to Self Publish an Ebook. (via ePublish a Book)
Fiction books are almost always a good match for ebook publishing, and the word “almost” is only there to be on the safe side. Fiction is story telling, and story telling is now moving fast to ebook format.  So the question is most relevant when it comes to epublish a non-fiction book. Does your…



6 comments:

  1. All good thoughts...except I'd have to finish writing the book first...which I AM working on...
    Tina @ Life is Good
    http://kmdlifeisgood.blogspot.com/

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  2. I've been asking myself this question - thanks for the food for thought!

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  3. My publisher does both print and eBooks, which is good because the eBooks sell better.

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  4. I'd never heard the advice about making Ebooks short. That's very interesting.

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  5. Food for thought! I didn't realize there was a trend in shorter books for ePublishing.

    D, would you happen to know of/be able to point me the way to a list of things any self e-pubbing author should do (process-wise)? Have you written one?
    Some Dark Romantic

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  6. I don't have an e-reader, but I've read some books on my computer. I can see a lot of advantages in going this route, especially for a new author who has not secured an agent or publishing contract.

    Lee
    Wrote By Rote

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